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Fashion for a Cure Returns to Christchurch

MEDIA RELEASE SEPTEMBER 2015

Fashion for a Cure Returns to Christchurch

SHOWCASE OF NEW ZEALAND’S TOP DESIGNERS

Fashion For a Cure is returning to Christchurch on September 22, with an exciting new venue and host. Taking place at the newly restored Isaac Theatre Royal, MC Carly Binding will host an exclusive night of fashion with Breast Cancer Cure (BCC) to help take a stand against breast cancer and move one step closer to their goal of finding a cure.

Proudly supported by ASB and Fuji Xerox, Fashion For A Cure will showcase some of New Zealand’s top designers, including: Trelise Cooper, Coop, Storm, Liam, Moochi, Andrea Moore and Working Style; new for 2015! There will also be an opportunity to bid on a variety of auction items including beautiful pieces from the designers.

All proceeds from the night will go directly towards BCC’s goal of finding a cure for breast cancer by 2018.

Phillipa Green at BCC, says: “Fashion For a Cure is an opportunity to enjoy a fun night out with friends or host a client function, while knowing you are playing a part in creating a future that is free from the fear of the disease that effects so many brilliant Kiwi women.”

“With one of the highest incidence rates in the Western world, there is an urgent need to find a breast cancer cure and stop it in its tracks, and our supporters are vital to helping turn that vision into a reality.”

Tickets for Fashion For A Cure can be purchased for $75, which includes wine, canapés and a goody bag to take home www.breastcancercure.org.nz.

Event details:

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

From 6pm – 8pm

Isaac Theatre Royal, 145 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

Tickets are limited


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